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Can you think of a more bizarre thread to start there, dude?

lol.... why the urgency for canned beer on a thursday?

my advice; go to yellowpages.com and start calling your local party stores.

over and out.
 

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QUOTE(hammer @ Jul 1 2004, 09:42 PM)Never seen them.....

Ditto
 

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all right all you BACK OFF lunatic~fringe!

LF: we will search Hi and Low for Corona in the can.....


know I will also make some calls, call pegleg, he knows where all that is sold.
 

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Embassy Likker on 12 Mile Rd. right when you get off I-94 to the West. Its on the North Side of 12 Mile and the West side of I-94.

They have it, and anything else you want in your can.
 

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Thanks to all for what's considered by this guy as priceless info.

If I hear from Kristin one more time: "You can't bring bottles on the boat!" I'am gonna loose it!

It's hard to beat a Corona with lime while in the sun out on the boat!

Thanks!
 

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Here's a suggestion for bringing bottles on a boat.....they don't sell alot of liquor and wine in plastic.

Wrap the bottle entirely in duct tape....if it falls and breaks, no glass goes anywhere!!!

Works good for fifths and half gallons, but it might get a little costly with beer bottles.

I am NINJA....have SoCo, will travel!!!
 

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QUOTE(Ken Neeley @ Jul 2 2004, 02:12 PM)Here's a suggestion for bringing bottles on a boat.....they don't sell a lot of liquor and wine in plastic.

Wrap the bottle entirely in duct tape....if it falls and breaks, no glass goes anywhere!!!

Works good for fifths and half gallons, but it might get a little costly with beer bottles.

I am NINJA....have SoCo, will travel!!!

OMG~Ken!! 102 ways to use duct tape!!!


If you guys ever need, I'd be glad to go up to the little red wagon booze store and get you some cans.
 

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QUOTE(threecrabs @ Jul 2 2004, 02:44 PM)QUOTE(Ken Neeley @ Jul 2 2004, 02:12 PM) Here's a suggestion for bringing bottles on a boat.....they don't sell a lot of liquor and wine in plastic.

Wrap the bottle entirely in duct tape....if it falls and breaks, no glass goes anywhere!!!

Works good for fifths and half gallons, but it might get a little costly with beer bottles.

I am NINJA....have SoCo, will travel!!!

OMG~Ken!! 102 ways to use duct tape!!!


If you guys ever need, I'd be glad to go up to the little red wagon booze store and get you some cans.

103......bikini-wax
 

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nope
 

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I could probably order you a bunch, but you have to buy in quantity and I have to know a while in advance!
 

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QUOTE(Goose @ Jul 2 2004, 08:38 AM)Embassy Likker on 12 Mile Rd. right when you get off I-94 to the West. Its on the North Side of 12 Mile and the West side of I-94.

They have it, and anything else you want in your can.

Goose,

How many ounces in each can?
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QUOTE(damn yankee @ Jul 6 2004, 09:35 AM)QUOTE(Goose @ Jul 2 2004, 08:38 AM)Embassy Likker on 12 Mile Rd. right when you get off I-94 to the West. Its on the North Side of 12 Mile and the West side of I-94.

They have it, and anything else you want in your can.

Goose,

How many ounces in each can?
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those mexicans put the full 12 oz in each can, not like those cheap canadiens

btw, did there was a recent pole that 40% of canadien teenagers thought of America as "evil", on the level of Osama and Hitler

and that percentage jumped to 64% when you were talking about the french canadiens

they are raising a bunch of anti-americans there, look out

next thing you know you will only get 11 oz in your labatt
 
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